Tributes to Fordingbridge man who died after A338 collision

Tributes to Fordingbridge man who died after A338 collision

Published by Faye Tryhorn at 10:16am 26th June 2020. (Updated at 11:41am 26th June 2020)

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82 year old Malcolm Reynolds passed away in hospital following a crash near Breamore a week ago (Friday 19th June).

A statement's been released by Hampshire Police, on behalf of Malcolm's family:

"Beloved brother to Keith, Dennis, Norman and Sue. Husband of the late Christine, and father to Hannah and James. He also leaves behind three cherished grandchildren, and his companion Barbara. Malcolm was a wonderful father and much loved grandfather.

"He took great pleasure in the company of his friends and family, and although on the surface a quiet and unassuming man he had a great love of storytelling and an, often unexpectedly, quick wit. His gentleness and kindness was appreciated by all who knew him.

"He led active life with a wide circle of friends stretching from his school days, to former work colleagues and most recently his yoga club in Fordingbrige, he was also a member of Kinson Conservative Club.

"A great lover of life Malcolm was taken far too soon, we are devastated by this sudden loss. He will be sorely missed by many, especially his children and grandchildren."

Hampshire Fire Breamore A338 crash June 2020
Fordingbridge Fire Station attended the scene of the collision


The collision involved a red Vauxhall Astra, driven by Malcolm, and a white Toyota Aygo, and happened on the A338 between Downton and Breamore at around 2.20pm on Friday 19th June.

Hampshire Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to come forward. 

If you can help, or have any dashcam footage that could help, you're asked to call 101, quoting Operation Client or reference number 44200222443.

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